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Over my 10 years in early childhood education, I have formed lasting bonds with children and their families. I prioritise open, honest, and respectful communication, which I believe is essential for building genuine connections.
In my daily practice, I draw heavily on Jean Piaget’s theory of cognitive development, particularly the importance of providing a stimulating environment. I emphasise open-ended activities that spark imagination, curiosity, and problem-solving skills. By offering hands-on experiences and observing children, I foster independence, confidence, and beneficial risk-taking behaviours.
I also incorporate Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, recognising that children learn at different paces and in various ways. I provide diverse experiences and support for all learning styles, creating an inclusive environment where everyone feels valued.
John Bowlby’s circle of security influences my approach to building trusting, secure relationships with children, encouraging them to explore independently and develop confidence and kindness. Additionally, Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory underscores the significance of our impact during a child’s formative years, reminding me of the lasting difference we make in their lives.
My belief in these theories guides my everyday practice, ensuring that each child receives a holistic and supportive educational experience.